Geoff Garin tells MSNBC the Senator may keep fighting past the primaries, since “there are enough uncommitted delegates left for either candidate to earn a majority.” Watch video here.
“At some point a candidate will have a majority (of delegates) needed to win the nomination, but we have not reached that point yet. We probably won’t reach that point on June 3.”
Adds: “In these swing states– Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, West Virginia– we think there’s been a clear demonstration that Sen. Clinton is the more effective candidate, the candidate who more voters rally around as the best person to fix our economy and keep our country secure.”
“There’s lots of reason to think we’re starting to have some wind at our back.”